Police look to question second 18-year-old in shooting death of Dunbar HS freshman

Malakhy McCain (Contributed Photo/Dayton Police)

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Malakhy McCain (Contributed Photo/Dayton Police)

Police are looking for a second 18-year-old in connection to the investigation of the shooting death of a Dunbar High School freshman earlier this month.

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Investigators said they are looking to speak with Malakhy McCain as a part of their investigation into Feb. 16 shooting of two juveniles on Catalpa Drive.

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The shooting killed Qua’Lek Shelton and injured a 16-year-old.

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Qua'Lek Shelton (middle) with his Dunbar High School track and field teammates. (Courtesy/Coach Sidney Booker)

Qua'Lek Shelton (middle) with his Dunbar High School track and field teammates. (Courtesy/Coach Sidney Booker)

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Qua'Lek Shelton (middle) with his Dunbar High School track and field teammates. (Courtesy/Coach Sidney Booker)

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Police ask if you have information about McCain or his whereabouts, you’re asked to call Dayton police at 937-333-2677.

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Thursday, police announced they arrested another 18-year-old in connection to the double-shooting.

Jackeem Alexander Collins was charged with two counts of murder, six counts of felonious assault and one gun charge.  He with remained in jail Friday, records show.

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Jackeem Alexander Collins (Contributed Photo/Montgomery County Jail)

Jackeem Alexander Collins (Contributed Photo/Montgomery County Jail)

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Jackeem Alexander Collins (Contributed Photo/Montgomery County Jail)

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